Scott Anderson

This past weekend Robert and friends came out for a steady pick of bass in the 28" to 34" range. The fish have the feed bag on for the migration north, this makes all the usual spots for the Kingfisher right on schedule for bass. Bluefish will be showing up more over the next few weeks so right now it is bass, bass, and more bass. As bigger schools of bunker move into the Mystic area and the Hickory Shad take up residence we will start our live bait trips. Fluke season opens up June 15th which is when we will start our combo trips for big bass on live bait and fluke combo trips. Give us a call if you want to get in on the hot fishing this spring.

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Scott Anderson

About The Author: Captain Scott Anderson

Company: Kingfisher Charters

Area Reporting: Eastern Long Island Sound

Bio: Kingfisher Charters will provide fishing excitement that is customized for you and your group. We will personally discuss with you the type of trip that best suits your needs and desires. From the beginner to the advanced we offer fishing adventures other boats can't match.. A typical full day trip can take you light tackle casting, to live bait fishing, then to deep water trolling for striped bass, bluefish, and fluke. We specialize in live bait fishing for trophy sized bass in shallow water.

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